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Rousseau, Jean‐Jacques (1712–78)

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The two moments when Rousseau (1712–78) became most concerned with international relations are examined in this entry: 1743–44 when he served as secretary in the French embassy in Venice and in 1756 when he wrote a summary and a judgement of the Abbé de Saint‐Pierre's Project of perpetual peace. Both episodes contributed to his central thesis that international peace through law remains a utopian dream because states existed in a permanent state of war.
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hal-03393936 , version 1 (22-10-2021)

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Frédéric Ramel. Rousseau, Jean‐Jacques (1712–78). Gordon Martel. The Encyclopedia of Diplomacy, John Wiley & Sons, 2018, 9781118887912. ⟨hal-03393936⟩
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